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Re: Net: Alive?

Go to the homepage of a local ISP.  They'll usually register it for you.  I
did one that way once.  I'm not sure if this is accurate as the company who
does the domain names in the U.S. at least, has changed, but
www.internic.org should be able to hook you up.

Derek Greene

P.S. - Psound is alive and kicking! Now everyone cheer. :-)

At 11:43 AM 5/25/99 +0300, you wrote:
>Is there anybody on this list that can be classified as 'alive'? :-) I put
>a CC to the main list as well, as it seems to have at least some kind of
>traffic every now and then.
>Anyway, I took some time to hacka-wacka the Zombie server to bits and
>pieces and did some modifications (well, not really that much) :
>o The server is now entirely thread-based, no more fork():s are used.
>Reduces some overhead and seems to increse connection speed.
>o The entire package is now under autoconf, and it should be fairly well
>done AFAIK. It checks for most things I can think of. Directories can be
>specified easily.
>o Servers now have stubs incorporated that enable rudimentary statistics
>to be kept (# of connections, # of packets/bytes sent/received, uptime).
>These can soon be queried by clients, either directly from the main server
>(stats for all active services) or a specific instance (stats fro one
>particular instance).
>o Stubs for more advanced management of the server remotely.
>o Better handling of the config-file (regexps are nice), more
>o RPM and Debian packages. The debs are still a bit experimental, but most
>of the hard work has been done by Nicholas Lee. He has kindly given me
>access to a/his Debian machine so that the debs can be easily maintained.
>What I was really after is if anybody has som comments as to what
>functionality needs to be added. Most of what is found on the PenguinNet
>homepage is now incorporated. As I've now ripped much stuff to pieces it
>is quite 'easy' to add other functionality too. Then I'll focus on
>stabilizing the entire thing and getting a new release out of the door.
>The ChangeLog as well as all available docs and downloads can as usual be
>found at http://www.infa.abo.fi/~chakie/zombie/
>Btw, what must a normal dumbass do in order to get an .org -domain
>registered? Has anyone done something like that?
> Jan 'Chakie' Ekholm |    CS at Åbo Akademi University, Turku, Finland
>    Linux Inside     | I'm the blue screen of death, no-one hears you scream
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